Something that guests have been wanting for a while is happening soon. Dining with a Disney villain, specifically The Queen from Snow White!
Daisy Duck was recently added to the list of characters guests can meet during breakfast at Cape May Cafe. She brings the total number of characters at Minnie’s Beach Bash Breakfast to four.
Planning your dining experiences for your Disney World vacation can take a lot of work, especially if you are on the dining plan. This Character Dining Guide will, hopefully, help to cut down on some of that work.
Disney World has some great dining experiences, but some of the most fun are the character meals.
We announced a few weeks ago that Disney would be starting a new character breakfast soon at Trattoria al Forno. Today Disney announced that reservations are officially open for the new breakfast.
What do I mean by an “elusive restaurant?” I mean a place that you want to try and you make reservations on multiple different occasions, but can never seem to actually make it there.
This review is from our very first character dining experience. We visited a couple of years ago, when our daughter was two and we weren’t sure how she was going to do with the characters.
Dining in Disney World is a fun and delicious experience. Whether you are having a quick service meal, table service, or their all-you-care-to-enjoy buffets there is a type of dining experience for everyone. A favorite dining experience for adults and children are the character dining experiences.
The monorail resorts are some of the most popular resorts on Disney World property, and for good reason. The location can’t be beat. All three of them are a monorail ride away from Magic Kingdom, and guests staying at the Contemporary have a short 10-15 minute walk to the Magic Kingdom.
During our recent visit to Disney World we booked a lot of character dining meals for the kids. The kids had fun at all of them and it was fun for us as adults to watch the awe in their eyes. While we enjoyed all of the character meals, one stood out for both the character interaction and the food; 1900 Park Fare was our favorite, hands down.